When you're lazing on a beautiful sandy white beach, the last thing you want is the roar of a commercial airliner flying over your head.
But for plane spotters, Maho Beach on the Caribbean island of Saint Maarten must be their idea of paradise.
The island is known for its tropical climate and spectacular views of planes – as the island's airport backs directly on to the tourist hotspot. Source: Barcroft
Princess Juliana International Airport is just a stone's throw away from the water, meaning aircraft have to land from a nail-bitingly low-altitude on approach.
They fly in over the sea and with deafening noise soar over the heads of nervous tourists before sliding down the runway.
Photographer Daniel Botelho, 33, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, spent eight hours a day in the water for weeks on end to capture the moment the enormous jet-powered aircrafts appeared just a few metres above the water.
He said: "It was a really challenging assignment.
"I've been in the water with great whites with no cage, Nile crocodiles, giant squids, blue whales, but I can tell that these airplanes were really tough to capture as their landing speed is not less than 300 km per hour.
"We went everyday from 9am to 5 pm to the beach, during one month, they have a limited number of planes coming by, about five per day and the bigger ones were my target.
"I really felt like taking tons and tons of land to get tiny gold nuggets."